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  • Rongcheng spruced up for Chinese New Year


    As Chinese Lunar New Year draws near, Rongcheng, a county-level city in Weihai, East China's Shandong province has spruced up with festive decorations to welcome the most important festival in the country.

  • Yantai artist shows charms of paper-cutting


    Wei Aijun, a folk artist in Yantai, has been infatuated with paper-cutting art for more than 50 years and is devoted to showcasing its charms. She has created a series of works to celebrate the upcoming Chinese lunar New Year.

  • Shandong Art Museum to exhibit artworks by Qi Baishi


    Celebrated Chinese painter Qi Baishi's (1864-1957) works will be on display at the Shandong Art Museum from Jan 19 to April 14, offering a golden opportunity for local residents to admire paintings of the renowned artist.

  • In pics: Chinese New Year celebration at Zhoucun ancient town


    Photographer Sun Lei captured some splendid moments during a Chinese New Year celebration at the Zhoucun ancient town in Zibo city, East China's Shandong province.

  • Take a stroll along Panhe River in Tai'an


    The Panhe River Scenic Area is designed as an urban central park in Tai'an city, East China's Shandong province.

  • Chinese connoisseur promotes Linyi's traditional peanut snack


    Ma Weidu, a famous Chinese connoisseur and founder of the Guanfu Museum, promoted huashengshen, a traditional peanut snack of Shandong's Linyi city on Sina Weibo, China's answer to Twitter, on Jan 8.

  • Time-honored brands to celebrate Chinese New Year at Palace Museum


    Jointly hosted by the Shandong Provincial Department of Commerce and the Palace Museum, a Chinese New Year celebration featuring the country's dazzling time-honored brands will be held from Jan 28 to Feb 10 at the garden of Cining Palace of Forbidden City in Beijing.